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Answered 2011-02-26 09:24:13

No. Aids isn't actually a sickness, but hiv is. You can have hiv in your body in a long time (several years) without feeling sick or anything. What the hiv viruses do is that they infect your body's immune system and cells, and "program" them to make more hiv viruses, which infect new cells. And when they reach a certain point, your body will "give up", and you'll have what we call aids.

At the moment there are no kind of medication that can get rid of aids, so there's no way to go from aids to hiv.

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